What is Agriculture Department?

  • (noun): The federal department that administers programs that provide services to farmers (including research and soil conservation and efforts to stabilize the farming economy); created in 1862.
    Synonyms: Department of Agriculture, Agriculture, USDA

Some articles on agriculture department, department, agriculture:

Delta High School (Muncie, Indiana) - Extracurricular Activities - Agriculture Department
... Delta High School is the only school that has an Agriculture Department in Delaware County ... There are more than 200 students that participate in the Ag Department ... Agriculture Department teachers Matt Lyons and Nancy Kunk co-sponsor the FFA, which involves about 50 students ...
Peoria High School (Arizona) - Activities - Agriculture Department
... A nationally recognized program at Peoria is that of agriculture ... As one of the only agriculture programs in Arizona, it continues to flourish ...
University Of Puerto Rico - History
... the "Escuela Normal" was proclaimed as the first department of the University of Puerto Rico ... federal land to establish colleges of agriculture, science and engineering. 1911 - Establishment of the College of Agriculture at Mayagüez ...

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